The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 96, July 1992 - April, 1993 Page: 54
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
By 1885, as this Sanborn fire insurance map of Fort Worth shows, Twelfth and
Rusk was well established as the geographic center of Hell's Half Acre, with a
succession of "boarding houses," cribs, saloons, and dance halls stretching in
every direction. Few women other than prostitutes would be seen in this area-
day or night. Courlesy Barker Texas History Center, university of Texas at Austin.
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